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New Beatle/Beach Boy Facts

2001-09-01

Reflection on the two titans of entertainment and enlightenment.

A Gathering of Threads

1998-01-01

The culmination of ebr version 2.0 (an html- and java-based Web production), the spring 1999 “gathering of threads” introduced an important component into the journal design: the thREAD that actively conducts readers among affiliated essays.

Accretive Dreams, Junk Narrativity, & Orphaned Excess in Moderation

2001-09-01

Lance Olsen reviews hypertext writing, past and present, by Robert Arellano.

An American Art Critic in Paris: a nigtmare with and about John Brunetti

2001-01-01

>–> Chicago art critic John Brunetti reviews The Truth on Tape, a survey of Daniel Wenk’s art

No. No. [Novel not to die

2000-12-30

Stacey Levine reviews Re.La.Vir by Jan Ramjerdi.

Intersection and Struggle: Poetry In a New Landscape

2002-08-15

Brandon Barr considers Loss Glazier’s attempt at a hypertext poetics that moves beyond the link.

The Language of Music and Sound

2002-10-01

Against the notion that music is the most abstract of art forms, Olivia Block thinks of music as a language with its own vocabulary of sounds, patterns, rhythms, notes. On the day of a performance in Kyoto, Japan, these reflections alter Block’s sense of her own language, English, deconstructed by Japanese advertisements, tee-shirts, “American” candy-bar wrappers, and text-cell phones.

Tattoo it in Skin: A Literary Prediction

2001-09-01

RVV Rob Wittig, Scriptor, fast forwards to a future when teenagers in neo-nikes and neo-soccer jerseys recreate ye olden days of the True Hip Hop Troubadour, circa Y2K.

scholarship with attitude

2001-12-09

Steve Tomasula, who co-edited the two “image + narrative” issues of ebr in 1997, came in at the tailend of the discussions, when we stopped talking and began the three-year-long process of buiding the database/interface.

Perloff in the Nineties

1999-03-15

David Zauhar reads Marjorie Perloff the way she reads poetry and philosophy: as ways of doing, rather than saying

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